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Akiyoshi Kawaguchi
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

When VSA starts up, it obtains Product ID (PID) from CIMC to check if H/W is Nexus1010 or not.

If PID is not Nexus1010, VSA stops bootup. At that time, the following logs are shown in console.

Booting from Hard disk

Not a Nexus1010 HW

Not a Nexsu1010 HW

Not a Nexsu1010 HW

Not a Nexsu1010 HW

or

Booting from Hard disk

Not a Cisco Virtual Service Appliance HW

Not a Nexus1010 HW

Not a Nexus1010 HW

Not a Nexus1010 HW

Not a Nexus1010 HW

If CIMC is unresponsive for some reason, VSA cannot obtain PID. As a result, VSA fails to boot.

To start VSA, Nexus1010 H/W reset is needed to reset CIMC.

These are typical defects causing CIMC unresponsive:

CSCtn06772   CIMC - does not respond - cannot access via SSH / HTTP / HTTPS

CSCts42866   SD/SM: Unable to show detail in any scope during regression

CSCub25194   Memory leak and page fault in CIMC by SSH

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